we came as romans,we came as romans tour,we came as romans 2023 tour dates,we came as romans darkbloom,we came as romans setlist, WE CAME AS ROMANS Announce 2023 Tour Dates With ERRA And BRAND OF SACRIFICE

Following the announcement of their new album “Darkbloom”,which arrives in January, WE CAME AS ROMANS are hitting the road in support of it

“We’re stoked to announce we’ll be hitting the road again on the Darkbloom headliner!” says WE CAME AS ROMANS guitarist Joshua Moore. “We’re being our pals in Erra and Brand Of Sacrifice – get ready for a heavy show! We’re excited to be able to play a ton of new songs for our fans, we’re so grateful for your support over the last four years!”

WE CAME AS ROMANS dedicated “Darkbloom” to their late frontman Kyle Pavone who passed away in 2018. The album is also the first to feature keyboardist Dave Stephens stepping up as lead vocalist.

“We are so excited to finally be able to announce the release of our next record Darkbloom,” said Moore at the time of the album’s announcement. “This will be our first record in five years, and we want to thank you all for being patient with us as we were figuring out if we could, and how we could continue moving forward as a band.

“We wrote this record about all the feelings we felt, and all the emotional places we lived in, navigating the loss of our brother [deceased vocalist Kyle Pavone]. Every song is about a different part of our lives over the past few years, an insight to the struggles we had, and how we were able to make it to where we are now. We hope you all can take a deep dive into these songs and connect with us – and if you’re feeling any of the ways we did, we hope these songs can help you push forward.

“This record is dedicated to Kyle – we’ll never forget you, and we will never stop saying your name.”


1/19 – Pittsburgh PA Mr Smalls
1/20 – Philadelphia PA TLA
1/21 – Worcester MA The Palladium
1/22 – New York NY Irving Plaza
1/24 – Baltimore MD Baltimore Soundstage
1/25 – Richmond VA Canal Club
1/26 – Charlotte NC The Underground
1/27 – Atlanta GA The Masquerade
1/28 – Orlando FL House of Blues
1/30 – Houston TX White Oak Music Hall
1/31 – Austin TX Empire
2/1 – Dallas TX House of Blues
2/3 – Phoenix AZ The Nile
2/4 – Anaheim CA House of Blues
2/5 – Sacramento CA Ace of Spades
2/7 – Portland OR Hawthorne Theatre
2/8 – Seattle WA The Crocodile
2/10 – Salt Lake City UT The Complex
2/11 – Denver CO Summit Music Hall
2/13 – Lawrence KS Granada
2/14 – Minneapolis MN Varsity Theater
2/15 – Chicago IL House of Blues
2/17 – Columbus OH The King of Clubs
2/18 – Detroit MI St. Andrew’s Hall